Rosalie Moscoe, RHN, RNCP

Speaker, Consultant, Author

Specializing in Stress Relief and Nutrition


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Teen Nutrition: Overfed and Undernourished?

Teens need exceptional nutrition – their bodies are still growing and maturing and so are their brains. Poor nutrition can lead to mood swings, especially for teens when hormones are changing (and raging). Too many chemicals, high sugar products plus not enough nutrients in their bodies are a bad combination. Without good nutrition, teens will have acne, weight gain, mood swings, anger or low energy. This will hinder their ability to concentrate on their studies.

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The Best Superfoods for Better Moods and Svelt Waistlines!

Hippocrates who lived around 400 BC was known as the “Father of Western Medicine.” He said: “Let food be thy medicine and let thy medicine be food”. Superfoods have been around since the dawn of time as humans started to make connections between foods that harm and foods that heal.

We just have to look around us at the overweight, sickly population in North America to realize that Hippocrates quote is not being adhered to,

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Anti-anxiety Tips To Help You Stay Calm

Do you sometimes get anxious when you are upset with someone or before a presentation? Do you feel stressed, a lack of control and don’t know how you’ll cope. It’s time for some anti-anxiety steps to calm your mind.

Two stress chemicals adrenaline and cortisol are produced by the adrenal glands in response to stress. Excess stress can cause adrenaline production to decrease and cortisol to increase. Cortisol can be highly toxic to brain cells

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Holistic Nutrition and Natural Stress Remedies for Healthy, Glowing Skin

The skin is our largest organ – it’s comprised of 70% water, 25% protein, 2% fats. To maintain a healthy glow for optimal health and well-being all year round, the skin requires nourishment primarily from what it is comprised of (water, protein, fats).

Generally, your skin is a reflection of what is happening inside. Skin problems mostly originate internally and are associated with many of the organs responsible for filtering toxins – the liver, lungs,

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5 steps to better manage your stress

Here’s how to use your lunch break to relieve stress and recharge your batteries – from my feature in the March issue of Canadian Living Magazine.

Feeling frazzled at work? Harvard researchers have found that women with highly stressful jobs are 40 per cent more likely to develop heart disease than their less-stressed colleagues.

Manage work-related stress over your lunch hour with this five-point plan from Rosalie Moscoe, a Toronto-based registered holistic nutritionist and

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Love Your Heart: Let Me Count the Ways

At an average heart rate of 72 beats per minute, your heart can beat 2.6 billion times in an average lifespan! Yet we seldom think about our hearts – our life giving organ. You can look after your heart – in many ways.

Get Moving!

According to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, to improve the health of your heart, you need to exercise 150 minutes per week – whether you walk, cycle, climb stairs, swim,

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10 Essential Nutritious Steps to Vitality

For good mood and good health follow these simple nutritious steps for vitality!

The Mediterranean diet is a good start, however, choose a low glycemic index plan as well – (lots of low calorie green vegetables), smaller amount of starches is best.  Limit breads, potatoes, pastas, sweets for blood sugar control and to keep cholesterol levels (triglycerides) low. 

Each meal should have a protein, carbohydrate and fat.


1. Eat three meals

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Vital Information on Eating Healthy For Sugar Addicts

Do you suffer from body tiredness, moodiness, and have headaches? Do you wonder why you can’t lose weight? Do you get “the shakes” or “afternoon low” mid afternoon? It’s time for a healthy eating schedule.


Eating something sweet relieves symptoms for about a half hour and then it’s down in the dumps again! If this sounds like you-you may be a sugar addict. Frazzled food brings frazzled mood. These blood sugar ups and downs

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What To Eat at Holiday Parties to Avoid Empty Calories

The holidays are approaching and at this time of year a healthy eating schedule often goes out the window. However, you don’t particularly want to put on five pounds and feel like a stuffed turkey.

So what kinds of foods can still be part of a healthy eating schedule when invited to those frequent parties?

Memorize the list below or put it in your pocket or purse when going to a party. And remember even

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Does an Apple a Day Keep the Doctor Away?

It seems that the health benefits of the apple – the fruit that Eve used to tempt Adam in the biblical Genesis story of creation, is not to be ignored!

From promoting hair growth to keeping your skin from wrinkling to improving memory, protecting against cardiovascular disease and cancer, it seems this tasty fruit used in Mom’s apple pie is a fantastic addition to the daily diet.

First introduced into North America in the 1600’s

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